MORE THAN JUST MOUNTAINS
The Crazy Mountains are more than just snow-covered peaks. They are Indigenous. They are wild habitat. They are working lands. They are a place where Montanans pass on our most cherished traditions. They are home.
It’s why local hunters, small business owners, ranchers, Indigenous peoples, and conservationists have come together to hash out durable solutions to protect the Crazy Mountains for now and future generations.
PUBLIC COMMENT OPPORTUNITY
The Forest Service released their draft decision on the East Crazy Inspiration Divide Land Exchange, opening another 45-day public comment period from now until November 13, 2023.